Community Safety Fund
The PCC’s Community Safety Fund offers grants towards the costs of community safety and crime reduction projects across the Humber area. It is designed to support community organisations to kick-start local projects that will cut crime and antisocial behaviour and improve feelings of safety.
The Fund can provide funding of between £500 and £35,000 towards projects that meet the scheme criteria. A total of £1.1m has been allocated to the Fund between 2022/23 and 2024/25.
Here is PCC Jonathan Evison describing the fund and visiting one of our successful projects.
Round One of applications for 2022/23 closed on 30th June 2022 with 27 applications receiving grants totalling £366,000. View a list of the successful projects here.
Round Two of applications for 2022/23 closed on 3rd October 2022 with 23 applications receiving grants totalling £313,927. View a list of successful projects here.
Round Three closed to applications on 14th June 2023. Applications are currently being reviewed and the outcome will be communicated to applicants as soon as possible. Any future funding rounds will be announced on this page.
To find out more about the Fund and whether your organisation and project could be eligible, please click here to download our application guidance for the latest funding round (PDF).
Click here to read a helpful Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about the Community Safety Fund
How to apply
Applications to the Community Safety Fund can only be made via our applications portal
CLICK HERE TO START THE APPLICATION PROCESS
Please contact us if you have any issues with the portal.
To contact us with any queries about the Fund, please email email@example.com Please ensure you have read the application guidance first.